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NYC, Liberty & Empire Theaters in snowstorm of 1996. An Original Photo Art Card.

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This street scene, taken in NYC of the Liberty & Empire Theaters during the snowstorm of 1996, is an original John Rosenthal photograph, hand-printed as a 5x7 Art Card, and signed by the artist. The card is slightly larger than a postcard and comes in a clear sleeve, with an envelope. The Art Card can be used as a postcard or a gift or simply as a small photograph to grace the corner of a shelf.

All photo cards can be purchased in a variety of sizes, including large prints. Prices for other sizes are available upon request. View more photographs at www.johnrosenthal.com.

John Rosenthal’s photographs have been exhibited and collected widely and can be found in the permanent collection of the N.C. Museum of Art as well as numerous private collectors. His work has appeared in many publications, including the 1998 collection of his New York photographs, "Regarding Manhattan", the 2005 publication, "Quartet: Four North Carolina Photographers", and in 2015, "After: The Silence of the Lower 9th Ward." Mr. Rosenthal was awarded a North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Award for the New Orleans photographs. His commentaries on photography, and other subjects, were a regular feature on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" in the 1990s.
This street scene, taken in NYC of the Liberty & Empire Theaters during the snowstorm of 1996, is an original John Rosenthal photograph, hand-printed as a 5x7 Art Card, and signed by the artist. The card is slightly larger than a postcard and comes in a clear sleeve, with an envelope. The Art Card can be used as a postcard or a gift or simply as a small photograph to grace the corner of a shelf.

All photo cards can be purchased in a variety of sizes, including large prints. Prices for other sizes are available upon request. View more photographs at www.johnrosenthal.com.

John Rosenthal’s photographs have been exhibited and collected widely and can be found in the permanent collection of the N.C. Museum of Art as well as numerous private collectors. His work has appeared in many publications, including the 1998 collection of his New York photographs, "Regarding Manhattan", the 2005 publication, "Quartet: Four North Carolina Photographers", and in 2015, "After: The Silence of the Lower 9th Ward." Mr. Rosenthal was awarded a North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Award for the New Orleans photographs. His commentaries on photography, and other subjects, were a regular feature on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" in the 1990s.

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Reviewed by jennifer Delia
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 18, 2017
Photo is beautiful. It arrived quickly and the Seller was great. Highly recommend!
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NYC, Liberty & Empire Theaters in snowstorm of 1996. An Original Photo Art Card.

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  • Handmade item
  • Dimensions: 5 x 7 inches
  • Materials: Hahnehmuhle Photo Rag, Archival Inks
  • Made to order
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